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Fish-as-Food: online poll

Online poll on fish as foodIn preparation for this webinar TBTI is conducting a short online poll.  We are asking a simple but important question: ‘How much fish do you eat?’.

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Next TBTI webinar on Fish-as-Food - June 1

AFerrer_C (Individual Images)-2Moenieba Isaacs and Philip Loring, coordinators of the TBTI ‘Fish-as-Food’ cluster, will introduce the audience to the cluster, its activities, and provide information about the latest research related to the cluster.

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Total annual catch

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Source: World Bank/FAO/WorldFish (2010)

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Evelyn Pinkerton

Evelyn Pinkerton is a professor at Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, a maritime anthropologist who has been doing fieldwork in fishing communities in Washington State, Alaska, and British Columbia since the 1970s. [read more]

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Position available with The University Centre of the Westfjords

The University Centre of the Westfjords is in search of an individual to fill the demanding roll of Director of the master's program in Coastal and Marine Management. The Pr ...[read more]

Article: Causes and consequences of fleet diversity in fisheries: The case of the Norwegian Barents Sea cod fishery.

Causes and consequences of fleet diversity in fisheries: The case of the Norwegian Barents Sea cod fishery. Author: Arne Eide The environmental conditions in which fishe ...[read more]

Two positions offered with Ocean Canada and Community Conservation Research Network

  FAO is offering two postdoctoral fellowship positions:   1) One-year postdoctoral position with Canada's Oceans, Coasts and Coastal Communities Ocean Ca ...[read more]

Junior Professional Officer in SSF offered at FAO

FAO is offering a position of Junior Professional Officer in small-scale fisheries in the Subregional Office for the Pacific. FAO's Subregional Office for the Pacific is responsi ...[read more]